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'In this article, the author discusses the experience of writing fictional stories and creative writing skills. Topics discussed include several fiction books such as "The Catcher in the Rye," "The Outsider" and "Crime and Punishment;" separation between the work of art and the artist; and engagement of fictions with social issues of the day.' (Publication abstract)
'The article discusses sharing of commercial-in-confidence information by booksellers and publishers. Topics discussed include following the Average Retail Price (ARP) for a book in order to know the majority of sales through discount department stores; selling of certain number of copies of books leads to rise in written into the contract; and printing of books.' (Publication abstract)
'The article presents the author views on significance of criticism for development of literary culture. Topics discussed include illustration of critique's role in improvement of literary expressions, observation of emotions in criticism by author Molly Worthen, description of intellectual legitimacy along with authenticity in the literature, elucidation of responses related to criticism with rational arguments and determination of literary cliques by resurgence through politics identification.' (Publication abstract)